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patches of late news at
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MAKYLAND GAZETTE —ESTABLISHED 1727.
FAX No. 187.
people and ray
' HE FREE PEWS
AT OLD ST. ANNE'S
1- nious Gathering Of Con
ation, Followed By Meet-
Of Vestry’ Adopts Change
General Sympathy With New
Method Parish Has History
Of 227 Years
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1
\ we!! utended and representative
, ..j. was lull! last evening in St.
( iiiirt h The congregation had
, niicd together to discuss the ad
v iif doing away with the ous
,,f ;i aning sittings in the church.
r t)if opening prayers, the rec
lna,lt. a brief explanatory state
n ttp. course of which he quoted
;tic convention addresses of sev
,. in ,p to the effect that the time
n h a thoroughly democratic
-• rlt in the church.
1 i i.ii i-v Gassaway presented a set
i dut ions, and addressed the
: I hi ring, urging favorable action.
The Resolutions
Wliereas. the congregation of St.
Aiimi . Parish has always desired and
: : ;ii (loi-s earnestly desire that the
Par. h ciutreh should be a House of
i ; vi r for ail people, wherein all shall
• welcome as brethren In their
Father's House; and
Win rcas. the system of assigned
> pings in the Church, originally in
tioided as a means of leaving abso
u . to the individual the amount
i :i i;!uied to the maintenance of
M.il In worship, is liable to an inter
tcmiiihi never intended; therefore
Le it
H. dved. That the congregation of
St Amies Parish, duly assembled to
consider this matter, requests the
He r. Wardens and Vestry to al*ol
-h tlie system now in force and to
.i* dure that on and after tlie Ist of
January. 1920. all sittings in the Par
(Continued on Page Fouri
Chip’ll Jtm
TEA ROOM
H oiie n> a .to mince meat, i>liuu pudding,
fruit uke. Jellies and marmalade, also
• s. . iii, kens, ducks from Strnthglns*
< ‘ • si: a, triH'a delivered at vour door.
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STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING
i e \nnual Meeting of the Stock
rs of The Annapolis Hanking
>v id •• Company will be held at its
!’•. :.k a, Hooms. JANUARY 8. 1920, at
12 o i iaek noon.
P HOWARD THOMPSON. JR..
Treasurer.
She itU'ttimig Shop
12 College Avenue.
K ISTMAS S A LE
tuber loth to 25th.
i! ie unit liand deeorated articles
■ w - eeti of Annapolis.
’ repair work suspended until
- ims. d 22
VIHK>V 0 0 D
it stm t. PINK, AND OAK
ALSO KINDLING
Direct from farm
1 ' K HOW AT PHONE l*2-F
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1 he Farmers National Bank
Of Annapolis, Maryland
ORGANIZED 1805
Gross Assets, . . $2,803,221.82
individual Deposits, $2,149,226.97
SECURITY AND SERVICE
ARE WHAT WE OFFER
Per.. Zj. Cent
interest on savings account
°C/ie Only Rational {Bonk in Jlnnt 'Jlrundel County
Cncning Capital.
WEST POINTERS TO
INSPECT CAMP MEADE
| j Camp Meade, this county, is to be
j j inspected by the commanding officer
of West Point and by other army offi
cers preliminary to the selection of a
place for the summer camp of West
Point cadets next year,
i Four camps have been chosen as
*| prospective places to which the cadets
t may be sent and the officers are out
I on their tour of inspection. The camps I
are (’amp Taylor, Kentucky; Camp
Meade, Maryland; Camp Devens.i
i Massachusetts, and Camp Dix, New
'jersey. It was suggested that some!
cadets be sent to each of the camps,
but this plan has been declared im
a i practicable.
—Bui Kril C'roMH Seal* Now
. TO CELEBRATE THEIR
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY
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I Members of Rescue Hose Company, j
lof the city's Volunteer Fire Depart
. I merit, will, this evening, celebrate
jthe fortieth anniversary of their found-j
Ling.
! The occasion will he a happy one.;
[as their friends have been asked to
■be present t the Rescue Hose head
l quarters and to help make merry.
There will be music and dancing
and a buffet supper and refreshments
will be served.
Rescue Hose Company was estab
lished here in 1879, and is the oldest
i j volunteer lire company in the city. It
' I has an interesting history. It is ex-!
i; pected at the anniversary celebration
•itonight there will be speech-making;
and other interesting and entertain-,
l ! ing features.
—Hoy IImI <ro* Sm! Now—
CHANCE FOR TRAPPERS
TO CATCH WEASEL
i

, Two pet rabbits, belonging to dif-l
ferent owners, on Murray Hill, have I
• been lost to their owners recently, I
, one by death and the other by disap-j
, pearance. The one whose body was j
found had no marks of violence per-!
, ceptihie upon it. Following so close-;
> ly upon the eighteen chickens by a
weasel in one poultry yard in that j
section, it is quite probable, if not !
evident, that this animal was also the
destroyer of the bunnies.
SALADS ;
By the Pound*
Hotel Maryland Cafeteria
1 j
A. W. SHARPE
j
Optician
l I 136 Main Street
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND.
i |
Fruit Cake
60c SI.OO $1.25
per pound.
Any Quantity.
Quality Guaranteed.
Hotel Md. Cafeteria
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THE! MARYLAND GAZETTE.
ANNAPOLIS. Ml).. THURSDAY, DECEMBER is.
ST. UN'S MONOGRAM
; AWARDED TO “STARS”
; Athletic Association Presents
Trophies To College Foot
ball Squad
! INSIGNIA ON SWEATERS
At the Chapel exercises at St John’s
this morning awards were made by the
I Athletic Association authorities of the
j trophies given each year to those men
i who “do themselves proud” in football
. work during the season. This morn
ing saw the award of thirteen mono
grams to members o$ the squad.
As a special tribute of the esteem
with which the team is regarded by the
i student body the students made the
present to the foothill men especialh
attractive, giving the monograms on
j sweaters. The following received the
gifts: Semler. Ridgely, Robert-' m
: Kirkpatrick, McKenney. Wilson. Smith.
N H.; Banfield, Beatty, Brown. R. \V.;
Dell, Sack, Totterdale.
j Kinhart, manager of the team, was
awarded an “S. J. C. A. A ” for his
good services.
The first presentations made were
those of goid football watch charms
from the Baltimore Sun to Ridgely and
Semler. who were picked as all-Mary
land fullback and quarterback by the
sporting representatives of that pub
lication. Dr. Foil, president of the col
lege, made a brief speech of apprecia
tion or the athletic work of these men
; in giving the coveted all-Sta'c In tignia
In the name of the football squad
; Captain Edgar Fell made a speech of;
'appreciation to Coach “Dutch” Lentz,
who conducted the team through a most
i successful season, instilling the same
\ fighting spirit with which he made a
! name for himself in St. John’s football, i
when lie was a student at the college.!.
—Huy lied ( rorn, Seal* Now 4
: “STAR” AND “N” TO BE
AWARDED 14 MIDDIES

The fourteen Naval Academy play-'’
! ers who took part in the Army-Navy
! game will be the only ones to receive ;
' the gold "star’ and the “N.” They are
Ewen. captain; Woodruff. Graves and i
I Lowe, ends; Murray and King, tack- i
les; Denfeld. Moore and Willkie, j
guards; Larson, center; Koehler.
Clark, Cruise and Benoisf. backs.
The star is given only to those who
take part in a winning game against
•West Point. The “.V is given to those j 1
; who take part in any game agains;
the Army team and sometimes to a
few others.
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Xmas Cake!
i ! FRUIT CAKE. .',oc per U.
| POUND CAKE..SSc “ “
I LAYER CAKE SI.OO EACH
! i
CHOCOLATE, ORANGE
j ELLY and COCOA NUT.
I
Snyder Brothers
EASTPORT.
Phone 03-J.
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Notice!
\Ye have secured a small
supply of sugar and will take
orders for a'limited number
of our Famous Xmas
ORANGE CAKES .
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and > ;
POUND C A K E S
ORDER AT ONCE. dIS
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For Sale
Desirable double dwelling on Hanover 1
street.
so l n
Modern dwelling, atl modern conveni
ence*. on West street.
Modern dwelllpg desirably located on
Conduit street.
Two building lot* at Camp Parole, de
sirably Wx-aitd, st3o for both.
B. J. WIEGARD
PHONE 455-J. -M SCHOOL STREET
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Notice to Subscribers
4
OWING to'the increased
cost of paper and all
other materials and e\-
penses incident to the pub
lication id a newspaper the
E\'ENING < -\PI FAL is
compelled to raise its price
to 2 cents per copy, i ’> cents
per month, and cYDO per
\ car. in advance. to become >
etiecti \ e on an ! after jan
uurv 1. L'r'U. The actual
expense of issuing the ].a
per is considerably more j
that! double what it was i
ii\e \ ears a p>.
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CHIEF EXECIiIE'S
POWER fiBSOLIiIE.
TO LUTED EXTENT
Third, In Course Of Lectures On
The Constitution Of The
United States, Delivered Before
The Peggy Stewart Tea Party
Chapter, D. A. R.
_
PROF. H. J. FENTON’S
INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESS
That tho power of tho Pre iden: of
flio United States is ; hi solute. to
a limited extent, as that of the (’zar
of Russia, but that n> President of
this republic has ever ovorsteppe i the
limitations of this, was brought out
in the splendid lecture, on the Consti
tution of the United Staves, delivered
yesterday afternoon before tlia Peggy]
Stewart Tea Party Chapter. Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution at i
the Naval Academy.
The lecture was the third in the!
series on the Constitution, the Chan-!
ter having taken up that subject this
autumn. The first was delivered by
Dr. C. A. Smith, head of the Acad
emy’s English Department, who talk-!
etl on the "Prcaml le" to the Consti
tution; the second by Instructor How
ard McCormick, of the same depart-j
ment. who talked on tlie “Legislative."
and tlie subject of yesterday’s lecture |
was tiie “Executive's Duties.”
Prof. Fenton won the ear of his
auditors from the start, and held their;
close and undivided attention through- 1
(Continued On Page Two)
—!Su\ K<-<! Crowt Seal* Now
DR. W. H. HOPKINS
DIES R ILLINOIS!
_ I
First President Of Goucher Col
' lege Succumbs At Daugh
ter’s Home
;
'ONCE HEAD OF ST. JOHN'S
Hr. William H. Hopkins, well-known?
n Annapolis and throughout Mary-
I land, the first president of Goucher
College, then known as the Woman’s!
j College of . Baltimore, and former
president of St. John’s, died aliout noon
! yesterday at the home of.his daughter.,
j Mrs. James C. Billingsiea, in Evans-;
! ton. 111. The telegram telling of his
i death was from Mrs. Billingsiea to I)r !
W. W. Guth, of Baltimore, and said 1
i that Dr. Hopkins had died after a
minor operation, preparatory to under
going a major one. His age wif
against his rallying from the minor
operation. Dr. Hpkins being 7S year:
old. Besides his daughter he is sur-
S vived by his widow, formerly Miss;
; Eliza Brady, of Annapolis, two sons 1
.Albert H. and Bernard Hopkins, an.
i two brothers. James E. Los Angeles
Cal., and Charles H„ Brooklyn. N. Y
Dr. Hopkins was president of the
Woman's College, of Baltimore, from
ISB6 until 1890. and was acting presi
dent during 1890 and 1891. He then
accepted the chair o£ professor emeri
itus of Latin, which ha held until 191 S.
' when he retired and moved to Evans
ton to live with his daughter.
Dr. Hopkins graduated from Si.
John’s College, this city, in 1859, and
was a member of (he teaching staff
there for several years, later being
elevated to the Presidency. He was
awarded his master’s degree by Bt
John’s and his degree of doctor of
philosophy by Dickinson Collage.
The funeral services will be held in
Evanston, and interment will be in
Roseville CemeteryT Chicago.
GERMANTOWN FORMS
PROTECTIVE ASSO.
Taxpayers Of Suburb Of An
napolis Take Steps Against
Annexation
ALSO ELECT OFFICERS
T;i answer to a call of taxpayers and
citizens of Germantown, a meeting was
held last night a! the residence of Mrs
Wohlgemuth in that suburb of Anna
polis. at which there was a good at
tendance.
The meeting was called to take some
action against the proposed annexa
tion of Germantown to Annapolis, the
majority of residents and taxpayers
'here being universal;.* opposed to be
ing taken into the city. They declare
that Annapolis has nothing to offer
them that they do not now have in the
way of privileges of a municipality,
and they are strenuously opposed to
any such plan.
Tlie meeting last night formed an
association to be known as “The Get
mantown Protective and
elected McKemlree Davis president,
v.’bh Jacob Wohlgemuth secretary
t reasu rer.
Morgan Parlett v.as elected tin dele
gate to represent the association be
fore the (’barter Commission, which
includes the City Council, and present
to them the consensus of opinion of
the citizens and taxpayers of German-
Sown on the subject of annexation.
After a most interesting and satis
far lory meeting, it was adjourned to
meet again tomorrow, Friday night, to
resume the work begun at last night’s
meeting and to take further action in
the premises.
A petition, with a long list of signa
tures. is being circulated stating the
opposition df Germantown to the pro
posed annexation to Annapolis.
—I’ll) ( roMH N<ul Nnv
SCORE C MORE
FOR DAN CUPID
Three more victims fell in the anti-
Yuletide raid of Dan Cupid today, the
records of the license clerk at the
Court House showing that number of
marriage licenses having been Issued
during the forenoon. They are as fol
lows: ‘
WHALEN - SOMMERMAN Thomas
M \Yhalen, 44; Anna C. Sommerman,
34. both of Baltimore City. Applicant,
Thomas M. Whalen.
HOPKINS-CII tLDRHS3 Stewart T.
Hopkins. 36; Mabel T. Childress, 22.
Hoth of Baltimore City. Applicant, G.
It. Holmes.
KLNG-RODGERS—Richard It King,
24; Vida E. Rodgers, 20, both of East
pert. Md. Applicant. John C. Johnson
—tillv Hcil C'roNft Seal* Now
DEATH CLAIMS
.MRS. AGNES SCIBLE
Mrs. Agnes Scible, wife of Tiigiiman
Scible, passed away ve&terday at the
Emergency Hospital, where she lias
been a patient for several weeks.
The funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon at two o’clock from
Maryland Avenue Methodist Episcopal
Church, the pastor. Rev. Emmett R.
Spencer, officiating. Interment will hr
; in Cedar Bluff cemetery.

Xmas
Gifts
You will be ture |
to find among
our large assort
ment of
Furnishing
Goods
.
-a suitable present
for Christmas.
: ’ □
John R. Lemmerf
25 Maryland Ave.
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STUDYING U. S. NAVY’S
. PHYSICAL TRAINING
1 Carlos Carte-res. General Physical Di- ;
-ector of the Army and Navy of Peru
s coming to Annapolis to spend •'ev
ert! days to make a study of the phy
sioal system employed for the training
j f officers and men of the American i
Navy, from the Bureau of Intelligent j
ai Washington.
1 Prof. Carteres is expected to arrivi
here tomorrow, and the anthoritif s ol
the Academy will extend him every
- courtesy, l! is not unlikely that hi
- will be able to gather many valuable j
points concerning the course of phy-j
* sical training of the American Navy !
■ which is regarded as the highest.
While here. Prof. Carteres will wit- !
* ness physical exercises and drills by 1
- the classes of midshipmen, and also j
“ men of the enlisted personnel of tlu
'.shins now attached to the local naval
“ station.
—Hu) Ill'll < rnH Sonin Now
* TIIE D. A. R. HOLDS
, ITS MONTHLY MEETING
! The regular monthly meeting of the
. Peggy Stewart Tea Party Chapter
Daughters of flic American Revolu
tion. was held yesterday afternoon in
■ the Old Senate Ohamicr at the Slate
House. Miss Katherine Walton. Re
i j gent.
1 There wre several applications
' presented for new membership. List
ing of the Tulip Poplar, the old •'Lib
erty Tree," on St. John’s College cam- .
pus. in the Foresty’s Hall of Fame
' Was discussed, and .Mrs. I>. M Oarri-j
■ son presented a picture of the tree,
given by President Fell of the college,
i and also some interesting data con-;
cerning this old, historic tree, said to
le between 600 and Too years old.
Mrs. Garrison is chairman of thep
committee on having the tree listed
*hrough the f'hapter in the "Hall of.
Fame."
'< he Regent presented papers per
i raining to the election of delegates;
from the Chapter to the Continental
Congress which meets in April at Con-!
tinental .Memorial Hall. Washington.
Just Arrived
. A LARGE SHII'MKXT OF
DI KE -M< >T'rS RUSSET
Apple Cider
. In any quantity from one gallon
to a barrel.
I. \\ . TRAI’TWEIX
-1 tllS 130-132 Dock Street.
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; I Special Christmas Candies
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s | Frenc h Mixture Per lb. 3c j
*i Chocolate and Bon Bon Mixture. Per lb. 45c
Mixed Drops 40c; 2 Its. for 75c
Fine All-Chocolate Mixture Per lb. 6>c
T Mixed Nuts Per lb. 40c
II
We have fancy boxes, all sizes front one pound to five pounds,
cj GIVE US A CALL.
, 1 We have the best and cheapest candies in town.
ALSO CANDY CANES from 5c up.
MANDRIS BROS.
Phone 466-M 164 Main Street tfi i
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1 The Annapolis Banking |
& Trust Company \
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; \ Total Resources Over 81,300.000.00 g
j> Capital .... $ 50,000.00 g
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i i FOUR PER CENT I
'| PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, and |
I TWO PER CENT 1
1 PAID ON CHECKING ACCOUNTS I
O' Balances ail over Five Hundred Dollars
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o Open an account and let it grow with us
o Safe deposit boxes for rent - o
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S F. HOWARD THOMPSON, JR. JAMES A. WALTON o
S Secretary and Treasurer President 0
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Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy with prob
ably occasional snow flur- i
rics tonight and Friday.
TUB ■VEXING CAPITAL—ESTABLISHED
PRICE ONE CENT
KING WINTER HERE:
10 DEGREES ABOVE;
SNOW IN OFFING
Below Zero In Some Sections Of
New England And Eastern
States—Not So Cold Forecas
Tonight—Wind Hauls Around
To Northwest
MUCH ICE FORMS
BUT HARBOR IS CLEAR
IP.v fho Pro**)
Washington, lec. IN. Holow r.ero
temperatures were registered last
night and early today in parts of Nov
York State and New Fngland The
lowest temperature reported to th •
Weather Hureau was 22 below at
Northlield. Vermont., while the next, f’
below, was at Canton, New York.
Zero temperature was registered
New York City. Boston was 6 helo
Albany S. and Buffalo 2 below; I’ll '
lelphia and Atlnitic City wer
ibove; Haltimore N above and W.D
mgton 10.
Tin- Weather Pure in foree.-i •
the temperature would moderate
whnt in the Middle Atlantic and.
Fngiand States, Ohio Valiev a i
Lower Lake region during tonight .
Friday.
TEMPERATURE HERE AT
10; SNOW FLURRIES ALSC
"Light snow flurries this afto.no
and tonight, and not quite so col ’
This was the forecast sent out • i
morning by the ollleial forecast r
*he Weather Bureau, and if o'! r
dicatiors do not go amiss, a fair
heavy fall of fleecy flakes w mid m
be unlikely, because the winds haw
hauled around from the northwest t
the northeast, and the latter is ju '! t ’>
(Continued on Page Four)
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DANCE
STAT E ARMORY
Thursday, Dec. 18th
(iiven In I’. O.S. of A. ✓
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r.KNTLItMKN, Tibr. LADIES. 3V f
Dancing 8:30 to 12
GOOD MUSIC
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